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  1. Casio G-Shock
    So I saw all the posts about dyeing a watch and wanted to try it myself, so I took my watch apart, got some water to near boiling, poured some black liquid RIT dye into it, dropped the bits of the watch I removed into the mix and waited and stirred, and waited some more, and stirred some more...
  2. Casio G-Shock
    Soooooo...My first G-Shock was a GA-110C because the internet images of it which I saw showed a distinct 'gray' color rather than black...And now, having owned a GA-100-1A1 I can say that side by side, the -110C looks 'gray', but on my wrist any bystander would tell you I was wearing a black...
  3. Casio G-Shock
    :oops: Just finished dyeing my W.C.C.S Frogman which was a new dead stock purchase but was not exactly translucent white..More like a dirty off white. I didn't like it too much and hardly wore it. I had my wife grab some Rit dye in a Scarlet colour from Walmart and followed the instructions...
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